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My son doesn't have his drivers license yet, and his buddy doesn't have a truck to haul the atv, so he came up with this set-up to crawfish south farm with tomorrow. Figured I'd share so others without atv's might be inspired to come up with their own alternative to hauling gear 500 yards to the ponds. Check out his net grabber/ paint roller. It almost works as good as my golf ball retreiver /net grabber.
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He caught a 5 gallon bucket in about 2 hours with 12 nets. Not sure how hard they were fishing, as it was the first outing that the 3 16 year olds ever went on with their new drivers license. At least they were outside. Should be good in about 2 more weeks.
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   ceb99
were the crawfish nice? i will be bringing my son and nephew there this friday. it will be their first time crawfishing ever. i have never been to the farm so is there any good advice you can give me? thank you
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They were nice size. If you don't have an atv, let the kids ride their bikes. It's a long walk. Like 600 yards just to the ponds. The road is packed gravel and easy to peddle on. Less is more out there. Nets, bait(already cut), bucket, sack, book bag with snacks, small 12 pack cooler, sunscreen, and a hat. Thats all you need. I like the first pond on the left. Start at the condrete slabs along the bank and work your way to the back. Don't fish on the right side of the road, it's deep. Do a search on this forum and you will see a lot of posts on other types of info on the farm. If you have any other qusetions just post them up. Good luck! Have fun!
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bump Mike
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